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A Judgment Or Lien Does Not Mean We Cannot Get A Short Sale Approval On Your Home

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Hello everyone Shawn Polston here with Tucson Short Sale, thank you for joining me today. I work with Keller Williams Realty in the Tucson area and use my blog to keep local homeowners educated on avoiding foreclosure and what their options may be. For today’s topic I wanted to discuss how a pending judgment or lien against your property may effect doing a short sale. I got the idea for this topic after receiving a referral from a fellow agent who had a client that needed to sell their property but had a judgment against them. I am glad they called me for help because often times an agent will tell a potential client they cannot do a short sale if they have a judgment. This is simply not true. When there is a judgment associated with a short sale it can be more difficult but it is certainly not a deal breaker. In my experiences with this situation we simply have had to show there are no proceeds from the sale in order to get the property released. I have even helped people with IRS tax liens get their judgments released and their properties sold. In fact, the IRS has a simple document on their website that is made specifically for this type of situation. So before you make a decision on your property please contact me or visit my website to get more information. My team of short sale experts has the experience and education that cannot be found anywhere else in the Tucson area. Thank you for checking out Tucson Short Sales today, I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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